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S&W Hand Ejectors: 1896 to 1961 All 5-Screw & Vintage 4-Screw SWING-OUT Cylinder REVOLVERS, and the 35 Autos and 32 Autos


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Old 01-25-2020, 07:22 PM
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Here's my 10-5...... It has the smoothest trigger in the stable.
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Old 01-25-2020, 07:58 PM
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When I started in 1977, we carried revolvers and the hot ticket at the time was the S&W 19/66. We were allowed to carry magnum ammunition, so most preferred the 19/66 to the .38's. I remember thinking how great the 2" M10s looked and tried to find one as an off-duty piece. Never had any luck, though several of my partners had them. I couldn't find (or afford) a 19/66 4" or 6" for duty use at the time, and had to settle for my Model 28. It was heavy, but accurate and tough as nails. I did find a 2 1/2" Model 19 for plain clothes assignments and off-duty, but never did find a 2" Model 10. I still think they say "cop" better than about any other snubby.
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just bought one last night
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Looks like mine. How much you pay? Mine is from about 83-84.
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Looks like my 1950 model. No box, though.
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This type of snubby was also used in Harrison Ford's 1985 "Witness".

Unsure why director used a much older gun given the film was based around the present day, I.E. 1985.
He was a Brit. Most likely had no clue.
Great movie.
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My current fave snub, well, along with my '62 DS.
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Looks like my 1950 model. No box, though.
Been looking for a 1950 (birth year) 2” 38 M&P Pre-10 for some time now, hard to come by matching and in decent shape. If you ever come across another, or decide to part with that one, sure might be interested.

On the other hand, if I were you I wouldn’t part with it for love nor money, they are sweet little revolvers!
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